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Use public transport, a bicycle or ride-sharing!

Mobility as a Service is currently making its mark in Finland. This means combining different forms of mobility as needed. You can get to your destination by train, city bike, ride-sharing, a shared car or using a combination of these.


Savings: Clear savings – giving up your car will save you about 3,000-4,000 euros per year.

Remember this: Giving up your car may seem hard at first, but changing habits is only as challenging as you perceive it to be. In rural areas, poor or non-existent public transport may make this difficult. Think about whether you could share rides with a neighbour.

Reducing your carbon and material footprint: Exchanging your car for a flexible and modern means of mobility that combines public transport, shared cars, ride-sharing or even a city bike reduces your carbon footprint by up to 18%! If a million Finns did this, it would save the equivalent of 176,000 carbon footprints per year.

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